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Fulham set to name Sparky as boss

Fulham set to name Sparky as boss

Ex-Rovers manager Mark Hughes is expected to be named as the new Fulham head honcho in the next 48 hours.

Hughes has agreed to move to London after talks with his family and will takeover the reigns from Roy Hodgson who has moved to Liverpool.

Hughes, a firm favourite at Rovers in his four years at the helm, has been out of work since being cruelly (in my eyes) dumped from Man City last season.

But he seems ready to dip back into the game and will be appointed in West London in time for a good run at the new season.

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Writer:Mikey Delap
Date:Thursday July 29 2010
Time: 4:12PM

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Seems like a good move for him!
Mikey Delap
29/07/2010 16:22:00
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great move for Sparky. And solid news for Fulham
sasman
30/07/2010 00:45:00
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Fulham has got themselves a top class manager, and the only way going for them is upwards...
metalrover
30/07/2010 07:13:00
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